Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Gundam Model: FA-78-1

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smoth
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Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by smoth » 01 Feb 2008, 05:55

Yeah, the full armored gundam(FAG for short) is complete, it looks super! Enjoy the pics you sweethearts:

Model:
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Fabulous and in game:
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Texture which is as tightly packed as some back doorways:
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OH YEAH! CLICK THE IMAGES TO MAKE THEM BIGGER, MMMMMMMMM!
*edit* fixed thumbs
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by lurker » 01 Feb 2008, 05:58

I clicked the image. And. And. It got all big. And tried to eat me. But before I ran away. It looked like win.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by smokingwreckage » 01 Feb 2008, 09:39

That looks beautiful, but for some reason I can't quite put my finger on, your post threatens my sexuality. I must now discuss football whilst drinking beer.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Forboding Angel » 01 Feb 2008, 10:20

So... ahem... New version?

DO WANT!

Hell I jsut want the hero Dom <3

I swear I will never remember hero names, but Norris + Gouf Flighttype + kampfer + hero dom....

I came.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by chillaaa » 01 Feb 2008, 22:59

It made me so happy in pants that they spontaneously combusted!

You maek uber secks smoth
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by clericvash » 03 Feb 2008, 18:20

Looking good!
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Snipawolf » 16 Feb 2008, 22:42

I did not make post?

Hmm, I am in love with a FAG, onoez!
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by rattle » 09 May 2008, 02:20

Epic bump to show some appreciation! :P
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Otherside » 09 May 2008, 02:26

you wasted space on your UVmap :O

jk great model :P
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Warlord Zsinj » 09 May 2008, 02:43

Image

... nice smoth ;)
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Wolf-In-Exile » 09 May 2008, 18:40

Pretty good stuff there, despite the unfortunate acronym. :P
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Tribulexrenamed » 09 May 2008, 19:58

Sex, delicious cake, etc.

Also, I request a movie of this thing in action. It is covered in guns. Damn guns. FAG guns.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Satirik » 09 May 2008, 20:09

smoth you really think making screenshot with with min settings on an awful map will help you ?
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by smoth » 09 May 2008, 20:19

help me what?

I could post a pretty ray traced shot but that isn't what most people will see in game.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Satirik » 09 May 2008, 20:21

that screen shot is with min spring settings on an ugly spring map ... that's what people will see if they run spring on their 6years old comp
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by rattle » 09 May 2008, 20:42

Gundam overrides the detail texture for terrain, however it's not on minimum settings. You just can't see the light and env. reflections from that angle.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by [Krogoth86] » 09 May 2008, 20:46

Would be cool to have a "screenshot" from the anime so that there is kind of a reference for those who don't know gundam...

The model itself looks great. BTW - do you do the animations by yourself in scriptor or do you use any help in form of tools like Servo?
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by Forboding Angel » 09 May 2008, 21:39

Satirik wrote:that screen shot is with min spring settings on an ugly spring map ... that's what people will see if they run spring on their 6years old comp

Min settings yes. The map is EE-RiverGlade which is far from ugly I beg your pardon.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by KDR_11k » 09 May 2008, 21:42

[Krogoth86] wrote:Would be cool to have a "screenshot" from the anime so that there is kind of a reference for those who don't know gundam...
AFAIK it's one of those mechs that were never in the show, just in some reference books and the toy line.
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Re: Gundam Model: FA-78-1

Post by smoth » 09 May 2008, 22:11

[Krogoth86] wrote:Would be cool to have a "screenshot" from the anime so that there is kind of a reference for those who don't know gundam...
It was never in the anime, it is a design added into the side fiction that I liked and wanted to put in game. The designs have changed over the years on little bits and pieces so I tried to make a good interpretation of what I thought were the coolest elements fused into the design:
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[Krogoth86] wrote:The model itself looks great. BTW - do you do the animations by yourself in scriptor or do you use any help in form of tools like Servo?
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Satirik wrote:that screen shot is with min spring settings on an ugly spring map ... that's what people will see if they run spring on their 6years old comp
What settings do you want shadows and AA? and what map do you think is not ugly?
lulz old picture
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